"Right now, we have 3-confirmed cases of Swine Flu in our school. I've talked to epidemiologists, as well as the Health Department daily, and they are advising us on what directions to go," says Superintendent Dale Todd.
One of those students has already returned to school. Still, parents are concerned.
"The epidemiologist and the Health Department tell me that all students that had this... and even adults, that they are responding extremely well to antibiotics," Todd adds.
Todd says parents need to understand what the Swine Flu is and the precautions that they are taking to make sure their students are safe.
If their children show any signs of being infected, they should stay home.
Muhlenberg High School's East Campus, where the first infection occurred, continues to take precautionary measures.
"We put alcohol gel or the sanitizing gel in all the classrooms, and Clorox wipes in all the classrooms for the teachers to wipe the desks down and the computers after use," says Registered Nurse Nancy Propes.
She adds that students often complain of similar symptoms.
"When the students first come into me, they complain of a headache and body aches. If they have a low grade fever, I'll call the parents and see if they want them to come home, and usually they do."
Still, with attendance average for this time of year, closing schools won't be a necessary short term option.
"We're 94.6%, is our district percentage. If we drop down into the eighties, then you would strongly consider it an epidemic and something you would really have to take care of," says Todd.
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